On 2/27/19 1:03 AM, JH wrote:
> What connman gets you, primarily, is sane routing depending on
> availability of the various types of connection. If WiFi isn't
> available, connman can ask ofono to bring up the LTE connection and set
> that up as the primary route. When WiFi becomes available, it can move
> the default route to that. And so on... depending on your requirements.
That is actually a key requirement for our application I am straggling
to achieve it. My colleague argued we should do it manually using
scripts, I think that is more than just networking interface scripts.
I like to stress at this point that scripting like in the good old
days will simply not work for your case. Scripts are fine for static
setups (servers, maybe desktops), but your case is highly dynamic.
There are way too many things to consider and things that could go
wrong to handle in a bunch of scripts. You have to *manage* your
networking in a proper, coordinated way.